Entropy Is So Degrading
entropyissodegrading
9/16/19
3:09 PM
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I just bought a 2001 GMC Sierra with 240K on the clock; it runs like a champ, no nasty clunks going in/out of gear, nary a single squeak or rattle, and I daily it.

9/11/19
4:05 PM
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No, the kind of consumer they want is the kind that upgrades every year. I upgrade every other year, and the improvements are, for me, hardy inconsequential. Nice try though.

9/4/19
10:35 PM
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CP all day long for that bike at that price. Now if it was something like my cafe Goldwing? A whole different story.

8/15/19
10:51 PM
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Yes! I had a VX for a few years and loved everything about it, especially the nearly 50 MPG it consistently ran.

8/15/19
10:35 PM
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A few years ago we went camping at Dinkey Creek in Shaver Lake, CA, and the devastation from bark beetles was/is unbelievable.

8/11/19
2:26 PM
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I’m waiting for Amazon to open the beer gates. Seriously, I’m totally onboard if they start delivering craft, especially with Amazon Now.

7/26/19
4:41 PM
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The thing of it is, changing your lifestyle is a choice. I know so many people who had kids and felt like their lives were pretty much over for the next 18 years, but we’re choosing the opposite: we still do all the things we did before - restaurants, concerts/festivals, camping, events, etc. - but now it’s a party of

7/15/19
3:24 PM
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Counterpoint: I like the TouchBar and find it to be rather useful, and over the six months I’ve had my MacBook Pro I’m pretty sure I’ve hit the Siri key accidentally once, maybe twice.

7/9/19
1:02 PM
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I have absolutely no understanding for all the hate around the touch bar. We bought a 2018 MacBook Pro 13" witch came with the touch bar and I love it. It always switches up to handy controls for the app at hand, so what’s not to love?